Its like having world class chefs cooking you macaroni and cheese – out of the box.
Things I ignored (accidentally) in this review: America, the beatiful; dreamscape; subjective reality; any semblance of coherence...
Or "Proof that Bruce Campbell is broke."
American roots music for saddle-weary drunkards
a malcontent is goaded into contemplating a higher power by a freaking awesome CD.
The Verve was one of the shining beacons of British Rock in the 90's, at a time when many American rock fans had stopped tuning in to England. Innovative, experimental, spacy, shimmering, rocking, and even funky at times, they were a band prepetually on the verge of a breakthrough. They never quite fulfilled their promise commercially, and a number of bad breaks and internal strife ultimately scuttling their momentum and breaking them up.
Somewhere in all the quiet dramatics is a milepost voice in the great singer-songwriter tradition.
What is different about the immigrant experience, compared to the 19th century, is that no one heads for the countryside
I can remember at a very young age, wanting to be Arnold. I would sit there in my grade 3 class, day dreaming that my puny muscles would baloon outward and I would immediately be cast in a wondeful action movie with no plot or credible script.
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for March 27, 2005
In 1801, a gigantic cheese made history.
With Clint Eastwood's character standing in for real life mom, best movie parallels reality for best actress.
The comics for March 27, 2005
Natalie Bennett ponders learned helplessness...
Sex in the furrows, jumping bonfires, a little blood sacrifice - what's not to love about Easter?
No one can claim that Bridget Jones lacks focus. It's just that despite her focus, things seem to go awry on her.
The great white bear lifted her head, narrowing her eyes against the driving Artic snow. She looked back along the...
It's not you father's book selling market any more!